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David Sarnoff (February 27, 1891 – December 12, 1971) was a Russian-American businessman and pioneer of American radio and television. Throughout most of his career he led the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) in various capacities from shortly after its founding in 1919 until his retirement in 1970.
David Sarnoff supposedly led two other operators at the Wanamaker station in an effort to confirm the fate of the Titanic. Sarnoff later exaggerated his role as the sole hero who stayed by his telegraph key for three days to receive information on the Titanic's survivors. The event began on a Sunday, when the store would have been closed. Some researchers question whether Sarnoff, who was a manager of the telegraphers by the time of the disaster, was working the key at all.
Executive Sales Officer (Former Employee) says"Great work while it lasted. 3D video exploitation and capturing people's irises on the move. Sarnoff was bought by SRI that may continues to operate in Princeton. I don't know anything about the company, today. Sorry."
Member of Technical Staff (Former Employee) says"Sarnoff gets funding from government agencies, therefore, it has to bid with companies all over the world. Each contract run for 3 months, therefore, the cycle is short, and life is stressful. It has accumulated much research from previous years, therefore, fresh graduates can learn a lot when working there. Cons: stressfull work environment"
Vice President (Former Employee) says"Great stimulating environment and the opportunity to work in many technical areas. Very fast paced environment and exciting fields of R&D from basic materials research to semiconductor manufacturing"